'Access Hollywood' Installs For-A-395 Frame Synch

NBC entertainment magazine, "Access Hollywood" has recently installed a For-A FA-395 frame synchronizer/time base corrector. The FA-395 supports analog composite/component, digital component/audio and analog audio I/O. Users can switch between RS-232C for PC control and RS-422 for remote control. The unit also feat
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NBC entertainment magazine, "Access Hollywood" has recently installed a For-A FA-395 frame synchronizer/time base corrector.

The FA-395 supports analog composite/component, digital component/audio and analog audio I/O. Users can switch between RS-232C for PC control and RS-422 for remote control. The unit also features a remote terminal for connection to up to 100 different units.

"Access Hollywood" is using the FA-395 to streamline time synchronization without video break-up or lip-sync issues.

The frame synch locks the incoming signal to the production switcher, so the engineers can play it back in the show, and do cuts and dissolves without reference locking issues, according to Erick Diaz, technical manager for the magazine.

For-A is not a new vendor for the broadcast magazine, which currently uses six of its CCS4360 color correctors.